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Organisers of the upcoming Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon say the run will look different this year in a bid to ensure all COVID-19 precautions are observed, with staggered starts and no spectators at the finish line.
Organisers of the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon are partnering with Junk Recycling to dispose of plastic cups and bottles that will be used in the 6 Dec. event.
Organisers of this year's Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon are inviting people not just to get their running shoes on, but to put their creative minds to work by taking part in a T-shirt design competition.
The 2020 Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon remains a go for December as organisers continue to monitor COVID-19 developments.
Cayman Islands resident Luis Sanchez Jr. doesn’t get to see his son nor his father as often as he’d like. His son lives in...
Participants in last year’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon raised more than US$9,000 online for several local charities.
Several roads and junctions will be closed along the route of Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, police advise.
More than 1,000 people have signed up to take part in Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon and 4-Person Relay.
After a two-year hiatus, organizers of the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon returned to Boston to promote the race at the 2018 John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo, which is part of the prestigious Boston Marathon event.
Organizers of next year’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon have the perfect motivation for those who want to get in shape for the new year – register for next December’s 26.2-mile race now.
More than 1,000 people have signed up for Sunday’s annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, organizers said.
The 2017 Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon takes place on Sunday, Dec. 3, and for some participants, crossing the finish line will mean more than just getting a shiny medal placed around their necks or posting a great time in the results. Instead, it will signify the achievement of a goal that a few months or years ago would have been impossible because of debilitating injuries and health issues.
A group of Intertrust runners is hitting its training peak in preparation for the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon in December, and the runners are raising funds along the way.
Organizers of the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Dec. 3 are reminding runners and walkers that the deadline to get the least expensive registration rate is fast approaching. Participants are encouraged to make the commitment now before prices go up on Aug. 31.
Runners in Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, half-marathon and relay praised volunteers and others along the course who cheered them on, and delighted in the weather. It was a cool morning, at least for Cayman, and clouds kept the heat of the sun off the runners.
A high school teacher from Victoria, British Columbia, Karen Welwood, was the top female finisher in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon. She ran the 26.2 miles in 3 hours, 42 minutes and 41 seconds, taking sixth place overall.
Welshman Steve Speirs, by way of Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, took the top spot in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon in just under three hours. Sunday’s race was the third for Mr. Speirs in Cayman. He has come in second five times.
Organizers of this weekend’s marathon say more than 1,200 people are already registered for Sunday’s run. The 14th annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon will start at 5 a.m. on the waterfront in George Town, then around South Sound and return via Walkers Road.
Get your running shoes on, ‘cause the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon is here again, on Sunday. Whether you’re participating, volunteering or joining in at one of the water stations, this event is one not to be missed.
Jeff Galloway, world-renowned runner and founder of the popular Run-Walk-Run method, will be the special guest at the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Dec. 4. Galloway, who has more than 50 years of running experience, will lead a running school on Dec. 3 at the Westin Grand Cayman.
We encourage all runners to wear reflective gear, flashers and light-colored clothing, but if drivers are not watching out for them, it will not matter what they are wearing or what safety measures they have taken.
The Intertrust Marathon team held its third Inspiring Performance session at the Westin on Oct. 12, with speakers Andrea Hill, a nutritionist, and Beth Cook and Dwain McGuinness from Cayman Physiotherapy. They provided information for athletes, particularly those taking part in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Dec. 4.
Derek Larner, local distance running coach and Race Caribbean volunteer, will host an “Inspiring Performance” session to help runners prepare for the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon in December.